Sisters inform courtroom their husbands need to divorce them after somebody created pretend accounts and posted their pictures
The sisters have sought the arrest of the individual operating pretend Fb accounts utilizing their names in order that their marriages may be saved. PHOTO: Reuters/File
LAHORE: Two sisters moved a courtroom on Saturday looking for its assist to save lots of their marriages as their husbands needed to divorce them after someone created their “pretend” accounts on Fb and posted their footage.
Of their petition to a district and periods courtroom, the sisters sought the instant arrest of the one that had landed them on this state of affairs.
The petitioners advised the courtroom that they belonged to a poor household and didn’t use Fb.Nevertheless, the in-legal guidelines of one of many sisters got here throughout a pretend account to which her footage had been uploaded.
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The household additionally observed the suitable feedback on the footage, inflicting an outrage in the home.The in-legal guidelines began taunting that sister and she or he fell into melancholy, even making an attempt to finish her life twice.
Then her in-legal guidelines discovered one other Fb account with footage of the opposite sister.
These pretend accounts strained the sisters’ relationships with their husbands.The petitioners stated they have been dwelling completely satisfied lives, however now their husbands needed to divorce them over the pretend Fb accounts.
They maintained that they didn’t use Fb and had no clue as to who was working the accounts utilizing their names.
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The sisters requested that the FIA director be informed to register an FIR and arrest the culprits instantly.
Further and periods decide Rafaqat Ali Gondal sought feedback from the FIA director, who replied that the matter had been referred to the officers involved for an inquiry.
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